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MUNICH (Reuters) - Sensational Bayern Munich fired five first-half goals past hapless Porto to wipe out a 3-1 first-leg deficit and lead 6-3 on aggregate at halftime in the return of their Champions
Central Japan Railways says its magnetically levitating train has broken its previous world speed record in a test-run at a special track West of Tokyo. Rob Muir reports.
CRT Capital's Timothy Chiang believes other suitors will try to buy Mylan, including Pfizer, after Teva launched a $40 billion dollar hostile takeover bid. Bobbi Rebell reports.
The White House says the presence of a U.S. aircraft carrier near Yemen is intended to ensure freedom of navigation and commerce in the area. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
JPMorgan Chase's Senior Economist Jim Glassman talks about the big increase in optimism among small businesses, according to a Chase survey, and what that means for economic growth.
MILAN (Reuters) - Zdenek Zeman has resigned as Cagliari coach, the club said on Tuesday, two days after a defeat to Napoli left their battle to avoid relegation from Serie A looking increasingly
REUTERS - England removed both West Indies' opening batsmen before lunch after rain delayed the start of the second test in Grenada on Tuesday.
Brazil jobs pain over Petrobras scandal  (21 April 11:37 pm) 
Tens of thousands of Brazilian workers have taken the latest hit in the multi-billion dollar corruption scandal involving state oil company Petrobras. As Grace Pascoe reports there's been a wave of
The re-capture of parts of Ramadi by Iraqi forces has sown fear and confusion among thousands who have fled the fighting with some returning while others run away. Nathan Frandino reports.
Russians put on colorful costumes and slide downhill into icy water on skis and snowboards. Elly Park reports.
Breakingviews: Drugged up on hostility  (21 April 11:01 pm) 
Antony Currie and Robert Cyran explain why Teva's $40 bln unsolicited offer for Mylan looks tricky: antitrust, leverage, a poison pill – and its target's own hostile bid for another rival.
Crowds gather as American fast food franchise, Taco Bell, reopens its first shop in decades in Tokyo's busy shopping district, Shibuya. Helena Williams reports.
Anger over Greek state cash plan  (21 April 11:01 pm) 
Bank shares have fallen and bond yields have risen in Greece on worries the ECB may be planning to restrict bank funding. The market jitters followed news that the government has ordered
(Reuters) - England captain Alastair Cook won the toss and put West Indies into bat on the first day of the second test in Grenada on Tuesday.
The United Nations says Sunday's shipwreck in the Mediterranean killed more than 800 migrants, calling it "the deadliest incident in the Mediterranean that we have recorded." Nathan Frandino reports.
Eurozone economy moves up a gear  (21 April 10:16 pm) 
Germany's key ZEW economic outlook disappoints, but SAP says business software profits are up and Peugeot announces a 10% production hike. Is the 'va va voom' returning to Europe's economy? David
Verizon adds 565,000 subscribers  (21 April 09:01 pm) 
Fewer subscribers defected to rival carriers. Verizon's quarterly profit fell but breezed past analysts estimates. Fred Katayama reports.
A spokesman for the family of a 20-year-old Birmingham, Alabama woman who has reportedly left the U.S. to join Islamic State in Syria, says the family is devastated. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
REUTERS - Rain delayed the toss and the start of play in the second test between West Indies and England in Grenada on Tuesday.
Cruise operator Royal Caribbean has cut its profit forecast for the year following a dip in quarterly revenue. But with the launch of a new ship hailed as the most technologically-advanced vessel ever
Hamilton still has work to do in Europe  (21 April 08:01 pm) 
LONDON (Reuters) - After winning three out of four races and taking a 27-point lead in the standings, Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has a new challenge as he and Mercedes prepare for the start
An Indonesian court has sentenced a young U.S. couple to long prison sentences after find them guilty of murdering the woman's mother and stuffing her battered body in a suitcase. Linda So reports.
LONDON (Reuters) - Champions-elect Chelsea may have to go into Sunday's top of the table showdown against Arsenal at the Emirates without their three main strikers.
Fashion house Chanel hosts its tenth annual artists dinner at the Tribeca Film Festival. Helena Williams reports.
TURNBERRY, Scotland (Reuters) - The Ailsa course at Turnberry, which has hosted four British Opens, will undergo major changes when it closes at the end of September.